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About Photosensitive Seizures
A very small percentage of people may experience a seizure when exposed to
certain visual images, including flashing lights or patterns that may appear in
video games. Even people who have no history of seizures or epilepsy may
have an undiagnosed condition that can cause these "photosensitive epileptic
seizures" while watching video games.
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tation, confusion, or momentary loss of awareness. Seizures may also cause loss
of consciousness or convulsions that can lead to injury from falling down or
striking nearby objects.
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symptoms - children and teenagers are more likely than adults to experience
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room, and not playing when you are drowsy or fatigued.
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Main Menu 4- 10
Kreate a Fighter 5
Motor Kombat 7
Xbox Live® 7
The Krypt 7
Options 9 - 10
Fighter Selection 11
The Kombat HUD 12 - 13
Xbox Live® 14 - 15
Kredits 16 - 18
Win/Loss Records 19 - 20
BLOCK/ROLL (+ button)
SPECIAL + BUTTON
^ Bumv Left
^ Bumv Right
When knocked down in Konquest mode, press the O button to roll back
quickly and onto your feet.
Mortal Kombat: Armageddon includes a Player Profile and Krypt feature (see Pro-
files, pg. 8). The game's Autosave feature will automatically save to the hard disk
accumulated data to your Player Profile for further use while using The Krypt option.
Autosave will also save data during Arcade, Versus and Konquest game modes.
Along with game features, your adjusted game options are automatically saved as
well. Once saved, the options will automatically be loaded the next time you power
up, as long as you have previously saved MKA data. When you make changes to the
default settings for any of the areas within the "Options" menus, these changes will
be automatically saved.
At the Main Menu, highlight the option you'd like to select, then press the O button.
Select a fighter, and travel to many locations. Although Arcade mode is for playing
against CPU controlled opponents, another player can press the O button to join in.
You'll then go to the Fighter Selection Screen (see Fighter Selection, pg. 11). As
you play Arcade Mode, you'll earn Koins with each victory. You'll want to win as
many matches as possible to collect these Koins and purchase items in The Krypt
(see Krypt, pg. 7).
Select this option to play against a friend (or enemy). You'll go right to the Fighter
Selection Screen (see Fighter Selection, pg. 11).
Press the 9 button to view the Arena Selection option. Press the D-pad ^ or ^ to cycle
through available arena backgrounds. When you find the arena you want to use, press
the O button to regain access to the Fighter Selection screen.
Even if you're a Mortal Kombat veteran, you may require some practice. Select this
option, select a fighter and get some practice.
After selecting this option, you'll go to the Practice Mode Fighter Selection screen.
Highlight the fighters you'd like to use, then press the O button.
As you fight, you'll notice that there is no Timer. A Practice Opponent's Health Bar will
refill automatically when drained. You can battle as long as you like. Controller buttons
appear on-screen as you press them, so you can learn which button combinations pro-
duce certain moves. Practice is a useful to get familiar with the fighters.
Create your own custom Kombatant. Custom-
ize Size, Gender, Facial Type and Clothing.
Create your own Fighting and Weapon Styles,
equip your character with different Special
Moves, apply custom characteristics and bring
your creation online for the ultimate MK ex-
Highlight an attribute, then press the O but-
ton to select it or make color changes. You can
then use the O button access other attributes,
then make more selections to make changes to your fighter. Pull the O trigger and O
trigger to change categories. When you're finished, you can save the custom fighter to
your Profile for use online in Mortal Kombat.
On a quest set forth by his father, Taven discovers there is more at stake than a gift of
godlike power. Ultimately he must decide the fates of the kombatants and save the
realms... from Armageddon!! Guide Taven as he journeys through the Mortal Kombat
Health is displayed for both Taven and his enemies. Vanquished foes will emit Green
Orbs that will recharge your health.
Special Power Meter
As you use Taven's special powers, this meter diminishes. Vanquished foes will emit
Blue Orbs that will recharge your power.
Special Power Controls
When you pull the O trigger to activate Taven's special moves, a control display will
appear. Use it to determine the button you'll need to press to use a specific special
move. Each move is represented by a particular icon.
Special Task Meter
when you see this meter, you'll need to perform a certain task. The bar will fill as you
progress through the task. Filling the meter will help you progress after the battle.
As you defeat foes, these Orbs will find Taven and recharge his Health and Special
During your Konquest, you'll encounter many pickup items.
Gold Koins, Chests and Sacks will help line your pockets with gold you
can use later to purchase items in The Krypt. Chests also contain other
unlockable items and special powers. Chests do not all look alike. To open
one, stand in front of it and press the O button to kick it open.
Once you've collected the Map, you can press the
• button to view your location.
Other items, such as pictures, gloves and weapons,
are items you'll need to gather in order to unlock
As you find items in Konquest, press the O button to view an inventory screen and
see what items you've collected.
Motor Kombat lets you take your favorite characters into the fun, fast-paced, arcade driv-
ing genre and compete in a multi-player envirormient. You can navigate through five
tracks with any of 10 available characters.
At the Track Selection screen, press the D-pad ^ or ^ to cycle the available tracks. Press ^
the O button to select. At the Player Select screen, each player will need to press the O
button to access the characters. Press the D-pad ^ or ^ to cycle through the characters,
then press the O button to select. When playing Motor Kombat online, click the right
thumbstick for PTT chat.
Running over a green pickup will give the user a speed boost for four seconds as long
as the accelerate button is pressed.
These will activate a character's special move which can be performed by pressing the
Play Mortal Kombat: Armageddon online
against numerous kombatants. For more in-
formation, see MK Online, pg. 14 - 15.
The Krypt is an enormous room with 288
selectable skulls mounted on the walls. Use
the Koins you've earned to "purchase" and
reveal hidden Kontent. You'll discover items
like new Characters, Arenas, Endings, Pro-
duction Art, Movies and Photos. Other times
you'll find something small — or absolutely
Before you can enter The Krypt, you must enter your saved player Kode created using
the Player Profile option (see Profiles, pg. 8). The Krypt can only be accessed if you're
Profile is loaded.
Once you've entered The Krypt, press the D-pad ♦, ♦, ^ or ^ to move from slot to
slot. Note the displayed cost of each slot, then press the O button to open it. To move
from wall to wall, pull the O trigger or O trigger. Purchased items such as sketches
and photos are saved to your Profile name. Once you've unlocked an item, its image
will be displayed the next time you enter The Krypt.
View the names of those who worked long days and nights to bring you Mor-
tal Kombat: Armageddon.
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You can create a Player Profile and earn Koins to purchase items in The Krypt (see The
Krypt, pg. 7). With these options, create and manage your saved Profiles.
Create a Profile
The first step is to name your Profile. Highlight a character, then press the O button
to make a selection. Repeat this process to spell your name. Select the right or left
arrows to place spaces between characters or delete characters. Select "DONE" when
you're finished. You can create as many as eight
Choose an icon to represent your Profile, then
press the O button to select.
Enter a Kode
Use your controller to select a sequence of button
presses. This Kode will be the password to your
Profile. As you press buttons, the Kode Window
will display asterisks.
After you've entered a Kode, you'll be asked to confirm it by repeating the sequence.
It's a good idea to write down your Kode, so you won't forget it the next time you
want access to your Profile. If you forget your Kode, you won't be able to access your
Select Save Location
Your MKA Profile Kollection offers eight slots for saving your individual Profiles.
Press the D-pad ^ or ^ to select the appropriate slot, then press the O button to save
the Profile. After saving, your icon and Profile name will be displayed for future refer-
Use this option to view your statistics and the number of Koins you've accumulated.
Press the D-pad ^ or ^ to select saved Profiles (if you have more than one).
Press the D-pad ^ or ^ to select saved Profiles, then press the O button to
Profiles you no longer want.
Pull the O trigger, enter the Kode, and select a Profile.
On all Options menus (other than Controller) highlight an option, then press the D-
pad ^ or ^ to adjust the setting. You can also press the O button if you'd like to restore
the Options to their default settings.
Kombat CPU & Motor Kombat CPU
Choose from Novice, Easy, Medium, Hard or Max difficulty, depending on your
personal skill level.
Rounds to Win
You can decide how many rounds you'll need to win in order to determine the winner
of a Kombat match. Choose 1, 2 or 3 rounds.
Rounds are timed at 60 seconds. You can set
the timer to specific times between 20 and 90
seconds, or you can turn it Off.
Some environments have Death Traps. You
can turn them On or Off.
You can select the amount of blood spilled dur-
ing the course of a match. You can select Max,
Low, Medium or turn it OFF completely. Re-
member, if you turn Blood Off, Fatalities will
not be available.
Make volume adjustments to Game Music, Environment, Announcer, Effects and
Speech. Highlight an option, then press the D-pad ^ or ^ to adjust audio levels.
Contrast and Brightness
Highlight an option, then press the D-pad ^ or ^ to adjust the game's Contrast and
The Controller menu allows you to configure the controller the way you like. High-
light an action button on the menu, then press the button you'd like to use for that
As you customize buttons, changes occur to other controls, and you cannot use one
button for more than one action. You can also turn your controller's Vibration feature
On or Off by highlighting the option and pressing the O button.
Repeat this process for all controls, then highlight Done and press the O button to re-
turn to the Options Menu. If you want to start again from scratch, select Reset to return
controls to the default settings.
If you already have a Profile saved, you'll be prompted to save
your configuration to it. Press the O button to bring up the Enter
Kode window, then enter the Kode for the desired Profile. The
new configuration will load whenever you load that Profile.
X f iabtcr Selection
Cbe Kombat PUD
At the Fighter Selection screen, highlight an available fighter, then press the O button
to make a selection. Player 1 selects using the Red selection box while Player 2 uses
the Blue. The fighter's name appears on-screen.
Alternate Character Select
After unlocking an alternate character costume it can be selected on the main character
select screen by pressing the O button.
Select an Arena (Versus & practice mode only)
At the Fighter Selection screen, press the 9 button to display the Select an Arena op-
tion. Press the D-pad ^ or ^ to choose an arena.
If you've created a Profile (see Profiles, pg. 8), you can load it to save fight results to
your Profile. Pull the O trigger to bring up the Enter Kode window. Enter your Kode
if a Profile has yet to be loaded. If it's entered correctly, your Profile name will be dis-
played. If you want to change the Profile name, pull the O trigger again, then press
the O button to unload the current Profile. The Profile code window will be available
again for you to load a different Profile.
This option allows you to handicap a match. In order to give a weaker opponent a
more competitive match, you can reduce the amount of Health a fighter has at the start
of a round. Press the O button to display the Handicap window. Press the D-pad ^ or
^ to adjust the handicap's percentage. The fighter's Health will then be adjusted for
the next match only. You can choose a value between 100% (full Health) and 20%.
Press the O button to remove the Handicap display.
By default, each round has a Round Timer. If the time is up before either kombatant
has been defeated, the warrior with fewer injuries is declared the victor.
Each time a fighter wins a round, a Victory Skull is earned. The first fighter to earn two
(in the default setting) wins the match and is declared the victor.
Combo % Meter
To advance your fighting skills to the highest level, you must learn how to do Com-
bination Attacks. When a combo is executed, the Combo Meter briefly appears to
display the amount of damage that has been done to an opponent. The more complex
the combination, the more damage is done.
Mortal Kombat: Armageddon includes two Fighting Styles per fighter. Pull the O
trigger during any match to toggle between them. If you often change your fighting style
to confuse your opponent, you may lose track. Take a quick look at the bottom of the
screen to see which fighting style you're currently using.
In all Mortal Kombat battles. Health Bars in the upper portion of the screen measure
each warrior's diminishing Health. The meters begin each round reflecting Health
at 100%, but the amount of Health is reduced with each blow taken. The reduction
amount depends on the type of attack and whether or not it was blocked. When a
fighter's Health Meter is depleted, he/she is knocked out and the round goes to the
opponent. | j
Kombat Parry |
Press Block and Away ( O trigger + Away on the D-pad) from an opponent to Parry
an attack. Timing a Parry against an enemy's attack can make the difference between
a win and a loss.
A Cbe Kombat BUD
Find character-specific pop-up moves which allow a Kombatant to use Air Kombat.
When an opponent is in the air, jump up to perform Air Kombat combos against
After being knocked to the ground, hold the Block button to stay there. Press the D-pad
to roll away, or press the attack buttons to perform a quick attack from the ground.
At the beginning of each match, you're given only three Combo Breakers. You should
use these wisely, because they won't be replenished at the end of a round. Press For-
ward and Block to break a combo. Each time you perform a Breaker, one of the icons
During a match, press the O button to view the Pause Menu. Select Moves List to
view the moves for your character. Press the D-pad ^ or ^ to cycle between the two
fighting styles and special moves, then press ♦ or ♦ to scroll through all the moves for
that style. The Moves List is available in all game modes, including Practice.
Kreate a Fatality
If you've defeated an opponent in a Kombat Match, the "Finish Him/Her" prompt will
appear. As the red bar drains, you have a limited amount of time to enter a button se-
quence and create one string of a Fatality. The red bar indicates the time left to perform
the next Fatality sequence. If you successfully enter the right sequence, the timer will
reset, allowing you to attempt another sequence. You can enter up to 10 sequences of
a Fatality, pounding away until nothing is left of your opponent.
Take Mortal Kombat: Armageddon the Box
xbox Live is a high-speed or broadband Internet gaming community where you can
create a permanent gamer identity, setup a Friend's List with other players, see when
they're online, invite them to play and talk to them in real-time as you play.
Before you can play Mortal Kombat: Armageddon on Xbox Live, you need to con-
nect your Xbox console to a high-speed or broadband Internet connection and sign up
for the Xbox Live service. To determine if Xbox Live is available in your region and
for information about connecting to Xbox Live, see www.xbox.com/connect and select
Before you can access Xbox Live, you'll need an Xbox Live Gamertag. Consult your
Xbox Live documentation for instructions on creating a Gamertag. Gamertags are ob-
tained when you create an Xbox Live account. They can be read from your hard drive
or a memory unit.
Press the O button to go to the Xbox Live Sign In screen. Once you're there, your
Gamertag will be displayed. Highlight your Gamertag, then press the O button. If
your gamertag is Pass code protected, you will then be asked to enter your passcode.
Pick your Style and Xbox Live will look for a game. When a game is found, the Select
Controller screen will appear. You can Host a game as the Home Team or join a game
as the Away Team.
An Opti-Match allows you to specify options to ensure your fight is as competitive
as you'd like. Xbox Live will then find a player that meets your criteria. Here are the
Select a game mode, Kombat, Motor Kombat or Any.
Select a player of Equal, Better or Worse ranking.
Select Any connection speed or an Equal or Better speed.
Select a fight of Max, Low, Medium or Any level. You can also turn this option
m Off Tl
Round (kombat mode only)
Choose 1, 2 or Any rounds for your match.
Death Traps (kombat mode only)
Turn Death Traps On or Off.
Create a Match
To create a match, select this option, then select from the letters and numbers to spell
out the name of your match. If you like, you can set a password to join the room you've
created. To Create a Match, the following options are available:
Game Mode - Choose from Kombat or Motor Kombat.
Game Type - Create a Public or Friends Only match.
Violence - Set to Max, Low, Medium or Any level.
Death Traps - Turn On or Off (available for Kombat only).
Once you've set these options, you'll advance to a pre-game screen to await a challenger.
Use this option to add your friends' names to a Friends List. When you log on, you can
select this option and see if your listed friends are online.
View opponents you've recently played. You can choose one of these recent players
and invite them to be a Friend or you can send feedback about the match you had.
Take a look a the Mortal Kombat: Armageddon leaders to see where you stand. This
is a list of your stats, as well as the people around you. Pull the O or O triggers to
cycle the leaderboard categories. Highlight a category, and press the O button to sort.
Appear Online/ Offline
Choose whether your gamertag will be displayed for others or not at all.
You can set audio so it will be heard in your Xbox communicator (Normal), through
the TV or Off.
Text or Voice messages can be viewed or heard using this option. No prompts will
be displayed if you have a message, so return to this option frequently to check for
Creative Director Sr Project Lead
Mike Boon (Programming Lead)
Alan Villani (Technical Lead)
Steve Beran (Characters)
Tony Goskie (Backgrounds)
Mike Tar an (Backgrounds)
Carlos Pesina (Animations)
Game Mode Leads
Jay Biondo (Konquest)
Alexander Barrentine (Kreate-A-Fighter)
Jim Terdina (Fighting)
Nick Shin (Motor Kombat)
Story and Cut Scene Director
Character Design Sr Modeling
Luis Mangubat, Jennifer Hedrick, Pav Kovacic, Herman Sanchez & Steve Beran
Todd Allen, Jon Greenberg, Adisak Pochanayon, Alan Villani,
Alexander Barrentine & Mike Boon
Motion Capture and Animation
Tony Zeffiro, Rick Chase & Carlos Pesina
Baclcground Design Sr Modeling
Danny Gutierrez, Mary Qian, Ryan Rosenberg, Joe Flores, Justin Mohlman,
Dave Mueller, Tony Goskie & Mike Taran
John Nocher, Nigel Casey, Jim Bulvan, Josh Chapman, Matt Daugherty,
Paul Hyman, Jay Biondo, Mike Boon, Jim Terdina & Nick Shin
Paulo Garcia, Brian Lebaron, Eddie Ferrier & John Edwards
Jim Bonney & Dan Forden
Music, Effects & Speech
Chase Ashbaker, Rich Carle, Brian Chard, Alexander Nied & Vince Pontarelli
Luis Mangubat, Jennifer Hedrick, Steve Beran & Herman Sanchez
Konquest Character Designs & Modeling
User Interface Design & Other Art
Taaron Silverstein, Noah Brewer, Steve Beran, Tony Goskie & Pav Kovacic
John Vogel, Alexander Barrentine, Jon Greenberg & Brian Chard
Todd Allen, Jim Terdina & Josh Williams
Opening FMV Cinematic Director
Opening FMV Leads
Paul Chamnankit, Sam Crider, Chuck Ghislandi, Aaron Hall,
Suzanna Kilic & Tony Lewellen
Opening FMV Graphics & Animation
Jeff Baker, Rick Chase, Won- Jun Cho, Chuck Ernst, Jim Gentile, Jin Jang,
Greg Mitchell, Shannah O'Meara, Freddy Palma, Jung Park, Carlos Pesina,
Matt Skonicki, Matt Taylor, Eric Zalas, Tony Zeffiro & Jason Zielinski
William Fox, Michelle Lin, Ernie Perez, Jeremy Rawls & Brian Rouleau
Jaroslaw Gwarnicki, Ed Keenan, Ken Lam, Shawn Liptak, Brian McGroarty,
Mike O'Connor, Graham West & Josh Williams
Matt Taylor, Ivan Mijatov, Jason Zilenski, Thanh Pham, Bryan Bode & Cayerme Mandua
Jacob Beucler, Malcolm Scott & Paul Sterngold
Chicago Lead Quality Assurance Analyst
Chicago Development Technical Standards Analyst
Chicago QA Engineers
Robert Lathan & Richard Vrtis
San Diego TSA Supervisor
Technical Standards Analysts
Rommel Abalos, Kevin Bell,Cailab Bourell, Daryl Jackson, Jennifer Johnson,
Josh Palmer, Jimmy Storey, Andy Sutfin & Ina Yamaguchi
Reggie Banks, Dave Bulvan, Zack Campbell, Jonathon Cooper, Adam Coriglione,
Angelo Cruz, Ivan James, Chris McFadden, James Mosingo, Eric Ranz,
Hector Sanchez, Dion Solano, Trevor Traub, David Turkiewicz, Warren Wilkes,
John Williams & Devon Wilson
Baki Allen & Eric Pochat
Leonardo Capezzuto, Steve Farmer, Franklin Najarro & Philip Vodermayer
Ki Wolf- Smith & Chris Giggins
Scot Bayless, Matt Booty & David Zucker
Marketing & Media Relations
Steve Allison, Reilly Brennan, Tim DaRosa, Mona Hamilton,
Christian Munoz, Greg Mucha & Randy Severin
Michael Burke, Debbie Fulton, Robert Gustafson & Cory Halpern
Product Development Directors
Martin Murphy, Samuel Peterson, Joel Seider, Chip Sineni & Michael Weilbacher
Ryan Braman, Michael Crawford, Rigoberto Cortes, Stefano Dalu, Gary Gonzales,
Rare Macapayag, Jon Mongelluzzo, Sally Nichols, Jack O'Neall, Bill O'Neil, Matt Schiel,
Chris Skrundz, BethArm Smukowski, Dimitrios Tianis, James Vogel, Ron White,
Yvonne White-Baptista, Christa Woss & Larry Wotman
Music Composition of the Opening FMV
Jamie Christopherson, Soundelux & Design Music Group
Motion Capture Talent
Carlos Pesina, John Vogel, Tony Zeffiro, Kevin Myers, Pek Pongpaet,
Steven Jones, Camella Pesina & Yi Shi Xiong
Mike Bilder, Amanda Brook, Scott Callan, Allen Eccles, Brian Eddy, Laura Ford,
Joe Kreiner, Rare Macapayag, Samuel Peterson, Natalie Salzman, Joost Schuur,
Mark Subotnick, David Tapang, Mark Turmell, James Wang & Philip Wilson
We also want to thank all our friends and family who put up with the many
late nights and weekends we all spent making this game.
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